Milwaukee M18BLPP2D-423C 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack Plus Free LED Torch 2 x 4.0Ah (18V) & 1 x 2.0Ah (12V) - £285.98 with code @ Toolstation
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Milwaukee M18BLPP2D-423C 18V Li-Ion Brushless Combi Drill & Impact Driver Twin Pack Plus Free LED Torch 2 x 4.0Ah (18V) & 1 x 2.0Ah (12V) - £285.98 with code @ Toolstation

£285.98£299.985%Toolstation Deals
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Found 10th FebEdited by:"stbk"
Brushless motors with Redlink advanced electronic system.
• M18BLPD 18V Combi Drill
• M18BLID 18V Impact Driver
• M12TLED 12V Torch
• 2 x 4.0Ah 18V red Li-Ion battery
• 1 x 2.0Ah 12V red Li-Ion battery
• Multi charger and carry case.

Dont forget to use code VALENTINES18 to get the £14.00 off the full list price of £299.98
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Not a bad deal for brushless.
Needs charger and maybe a carrier bag. Ebay is good for the milwaukee bags
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subhi7 m ago

Not a bad deal for brushless.Needs charger and maybe a carrier bag. Ebay …Not a bad deal for brushless.Needs charger and maybe a carrier bag. Ebay is good for the milwaukee bags


? Charger and carry case included.
It says:

Complete with multi charger, 2 x 4.0Ah 18V and 1 x 2.0Ah 12V red Li-Ion batteries and carry case.
I have this set and it is so much better then Makita that I originally had.
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Good thing about the kits with the torches is they immediately set you up for buying into the M12 range, as you already have the battery and charger.
I had this set paid £190 for it when it first came out without the torch though. They are better than makita but nowhere near as good as hilti. I sold mine for more than I paid and went back to hilti. Warrentys brilliant on them too it’s 3yrs from Milwaukee
subhi2 h, 31 m ago

Not a bad deal for brushless.Needs charger and maybe a carrier bag. Ebay …Not a bad deal for brushless.Needs charger and maybe a carrier bag. Ebay is good for the milwaukee bags


£20 for 24” Milwaukee contractor bag, do they last ? Anyone had one on daily use?cheers
deleted141188210th Feb

? Charger and carry case included.


You're 100% right. I should have read all the details before posting. My bad
I'm currently torn between the Dewalt DCD796D2 (£160) and the Hitachi DV18DBFL2/JM (£170) for a cordless, brushless, metal gearbox combi drill.

How do they compare to this (ignoring the impact driver at the moment)?
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stringsonfire4 h, 37 m ago

I'm currently torn between the Dewalt DCD796D2 (£160) and the Hitachi …I'm currently torn between the Dewalt DCD796D2 (£160) and the Hitachi DV18DBFL2/JM (£170) for a cordless, brushless, metal gearbox combi drill.How do they compare to this (ignoring the impact driver at the moment)?


They really are a different league. See if they'll let you look at them in the shop- they did with me before I bought my first. Milwaukee service is also ace, batteries are guaranteed for two years also. I've never heard of anyone switching to Milwaukee then switching back to DeWalt, Makita, Hitachi, etc. Also if you get this set, you've already got a 12v charger and battery, so it opens it up for buying the 12v tools. I know I keep saying it but the 12v SDS is brilliant.
really hot deal
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